McCurtain County

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McCurtain County, Oklahoma

108 N Central St
Idabel, OK 74745
Phone: (580) 286-2370
Fax: (580) 286-1040

In the southeastern corner of OK; organized Nov 16, 1907 from Choctaw lands. Name Origin: For a prominent Choctaw family, of which the father and his three sons each served as chief of the Choctaw Nation

Area (sq mi):: 1901.32 (land 1852.26; water 49.07) Population per square mile: 18.40
Population 2005: 33,992 State rank: 29 Population change: 2000-20005 -1.20%; 1990-2000 2.90% Population 2000: 34,402 (White 69.50%; Black or African American 9.30%; Hispanic or Latino 3.10%; Asian 0.20%; Other 19.90%). Foreign born: 1.80%. Median age: 36.00
Income 2000: per capita $13,693; median household $24,162; Population below poverty level: 24.70% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $18,540-$20,531
Unemployment (2004): 7.60% Unemployment change (from 2000): 1.30% Median travel time to work: 23.70 minutes Working outside county of residence: 11.10%
Cities with population over 10,000: None
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We also included samples collected from Red River County, Texas, and McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
3 km S of Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma (USNM 145705145706, collected 19 March 1974).
The vascular flora of Red Slough and Grassy Slough Wildlife Management Areas, Gulf Coastal Plain, McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
Louis, Mississippi, west to the Colorado River, Texas, and McCurtain County, Oklahoma (Smith 1979; Burr 1980; Page & Burr 1991; Miller & Robison 2004).
Thus, the negative income residual imputes a negative rate of return to land and capital and negative factor shares to land and capital on public lands in McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
This analysis shows high factor shares and high rates of return for land and capital resources on industrial private forest (IPF) lands and high factor shares but low rates of return for land and capital on nonindustrial private forest (NIPF) lands in McCurtain County, Oklahoma (Table 3).
minor and to model its distribution in McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
minor was documented to occur in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, we obtained data from the Oklahoma Biological Survey Oklahoma Vascular Plants Database (B.
Endoparasites of the Sequoyah slimy salamander, Plethodon sequoyah (Caudata: Plethodontidae), from McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
2 km N Battiest, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, n = 21; (3) Glover River mainstem, T4S, R23E, S32, at Weyerhauser Road 71400 crossing, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, n = 19; (4) Big Eagle Creek, T1N, R25E, S30, about 1.
First records of mammals from McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
The Sequoyah slimy salamander, Plethodon sequoyah, is a mediumsized plethodontid that is restricted to McCurtain County, Oklahoma (Conant & Collins 1998) and perhaps adjacent Sevier County, Arkansas (Trauth et al.